Golf

  • Hancock County golfers sink holes-in-one

    Hancock County golfers sink holes-in-one

    ELLSWORTH — Warm weather throughout July and early August this year has provided plenty of playing opportunities for local golfers in Hancock County, and three of those golfers sank holes-in-one over the past two weeks. On Sunday, Gary Doane of Franklin recorded an ace at Blink Bonnie Golf Links in Sorrento with a 7-iron. Doane’s

  • Champions crowned at Duane B. Gray Memorial Golf Tournament

    BLUE HILL — Two sets of champions were crowned at Sunday’s Duane B. Gray Memorial Golf Tournament at Blue Hill Country Club. The event, which is held annually for current and former George Stevens Academy students and parents, crowned Rob Clapp, Mark Clapp, Homer Lowell and Ebb Walton as morning champions. Afternoon champions were John

  • Schoodic Scramble scheduled for Saturday

    Schoodic Scramble scheduled for Saturday

    WINTER HARBOR — The annual Schoodic Scramble charity golf tournament will be held for the 20th time when contestants take to the course Saturday, Sept. 9. The event will be held at Grindstone Neck Golf Course, one of the 100 oldest golf courses in the United States. Contestants will play 18 holes with either a

  • Sullivan’s Malaussena wins Club Championship again

    TRENTON — Art Malaussena of Sullivan won the Club Championship Class A title Sunday at Bar Harbor Golf Course for the fourth time in five years. Malaussena recorded a hole in one on the fourth hole Sunday en route to his victory. He shot 159 over the two-day tournament. In Class B, Lamoine’s Peter Swanberg

  • EHS fall sports meeting scheduled for Aug. 8

    ELLSWORTH — Ellsworth High School will be holding an informational meeting regarding the upcoming fall sports season at 6 p.m. Aug. 8 in the school auditorium. Athletes wishing to participate in football, soccer, cross-country, golf, volleyball or fall competition cheer must attend the meeting along with a parent or guardian. The meeting will cover the

  • Reclassification to affect local high school volleyball teams

    Reclassification to affect local high school volleyball teams

    ELLSWORTH — The Maine Principals’ Association finalized its reclassification proposal last Thursday, and three volleyball teams in the area are on the move. Bucksport, George Stevens Academy and Sumner will move from Class B to the newly created Class C in the sport. Joining them will be Washington Academy, Machias, Jonesport-Beals, Lee Academy, Calais, Narraguagus,

  • Ellsworth golf team wins sportsmanship award

    Ellsworth golf team wins sportsmanship award

    ELLSWORTH — The Ellsworth golf team recently received the Class B North Good Sportsmanship Award from the Maine Principals Association for the 2016 season. It was recognized for that honor at the Ellsworth School Board meeting Oct. 11. Recipients of the award were head coach Rick Roberts, assistant coach Dan Cutshall and players Keith Eaton,

  • Malaussena wins third golf title in four years

    Malaussena wins third golf title in four years

    TRENTON — Art Malaussena came back from a first-round deficit to shoot a 73 and claim the Class A title at Bar Harbor Golf Club championships on Saturday. The victory was his third Class A title in four years. Mark Anderson, Wayne Bragdon and George Lee won the tournament’s other classifications. Below is a list of the